Florida gardening in May means knowing what to plant and what not to prune

Though we have already begun receiving warm weather, this month is still ideal for gardening.  After all, when the weather is nice, who wants to stay inside?

If you don’t know how to get started, or have had difficulty growing vegetables, herbs and fruit in the past, sign up for The Be Healthy: Grow Your Own Food four-week series. It’s scheduled to begin on June 19 with two class times to choose from. A day-time class is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon and another night class is from 6-8 p.m. on four consecutive Mondays.

Learn how to grow vegetables, herbs and fruit crops in both containers and the ground, plus learn about sprouts, microgreens and a D.I.Y. hydroponic buckets for growing lettuce.

Wouldn’t it be great to grow your own nutritious food at home, even if you only have a balcony or patio? Each $45 ticket includes handouts and

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